Manchester United has today ‘Come Out’ for LGBT+ equality in football with a new strategic partnership with Stonewall.
Stonewall, Europe’s leading lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality charity, today announced its 17 Top Global Employers for 2020.
Today, Stonewall announced that 132 major UK companies have come together in a show of support for trans communities.
Taking the top job at Britain’s top LGBTQ+ charity during a pandemic may not be ideal, but that hasn’t stopped Stonewall’s Nancy Kelley already making her mark.
A year after first introducing the Orientation feature, which allows members to identify and prioritise their sexual orientation, Tinder is now expanding the feature globally.
Amnesty International, UK Black Pride, Stonewall and ParaPride are bringing Pride celebrations inside this year with Pride Inside.
Stonewall, Britain’s leading charity for lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality, today (Wednesday 13 May) has announced Nancy Kelley as its incoming Chief Executive. Nancy is currently the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of the Policy Research Centre at the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen). At NatCen, she led a team of over 80 researchers specialising in social issues like health, crime and justice, education, work Continue Reading
Leicester City, Premier League champions in the 2015/16 season, have announced an official partnership with Stonewall to further strengthen the Football Club’s commitment to the LGBT community in Leicestershire. Working alongside Stonewall, the UK’s leading charity for lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality, the Club will help to tackle homophobia, biphobia and Continue Reading
We all know that, for Pride in London to remain a free event, corporate sponsorship is a must. But there are some people who believe that corporate involvement has moved the event too far from its community roots. It’s a tricky dilemma to which actor, poet and writer Helen Oakleigh might Continue Reading
Steven Smith’s latest tale tells us why it’s not just at Pride we should be holding our heads high and loving who we are and one and another. It’s never been more important to shout from the roof, to let our voices be heard, and to educate others. Why have so Continue Reading